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Sachi Bio graduates from the Creative Destruction Labs (CDL) 2022-23 cohort




Sachi Bio has successfully completed and graduated from the Advanced Therapies program in the 2022-23 cohort by the Creative Destruction Labs (CDL). Sachi team participated in the series of CDL meetings and workshops with mentors over the 9-months towards business development support, advice on technology roadmap, and fundraising.

We are grateful to the wonderful mentors who mentored us and guided us. A shout out to our mentors: John Nagel (WARF Therapeutics), Dozie Amuze (Head, Johnson & Johnson Innovation - JLABS Canada), Jerel Davis (Managing Director, Versant Ventures), Zain Kassam (ZK Consulting, co-founder Finch Therapeutics), William Panenka (Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia), Ray Muzkya (CEO & Founder, Threshold Impact), Jim Horowitz (Beresford Ventures), Ali Tehrani (Amplitude Ventures).


About CDL:

Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) is a nonprofit organization that delivers an objectives-based program for massively scalable, seed-stage, science- and technology-based companies. CDL has designed a new approach to enterprising research and innovation, nurturing an entrepreneurial mindset through expert opinion, funding opportunities, research analysis, and business development support.


The Program mentorship from select entrepreneurs and angel investors. Intensive full-day sessions with the CDL Mentors take place every eight weeks with the purpose of assessing progress and setting new short-term objectives. Fellows and Associates provide professional judgment (entrepreneurial knowledge) to help guide CDL Ventures and prioritize actions.


The program is designed for early-stage, science-based technology companies, based on their potential to scale and the viability of their product. CDL’s objective-setting process enhances the performance of technical founders who learn from the insights of experienced entrepreneurs, increasing their probability of success.



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